Colorado Rangers

Colorado Rangers Badge story inside the box:

In 1861, the Jefferson Rangers, originally founded in 1859 to keep peace in Colorado, were reorganized as the Colorado Rangers. On January 29th, 1923 Governor William Sweet gave an executive order to disband the Rangers, leaving Colorado without statewide police protection until 1935. On February 21st, 1941, a Certificate of Incorporation was issued to the Colorado Mounted Rangers, organized by Governor Teller Ammons as a volunteer group with a single troop in Bailey. In 1955, The Colorado Mounted Rangers changed their Constitution to form a Squadron of several troops throughout the state.

We manufacture our Old West replica badges out of brass and steel.  They are double-stamped then silver plated.   Next, each badge is individually hand finished for a unique antique look.

FREE with every badge: an old-fashioned style Kraft box with a story about the badge inside the lid OR a hang card for peg hook displaying.

Available in two platings: Antique Silver or Bright Nickel (shiny and highly reflective)

Size: approx. 2 3/8" H

What is double-stamped brass?
Why brass instead of pewter?

Available Options:

Select your plating color. Hover to enlarge.

Antique Silver

Bright Nickel

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  • Model: PH054

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